4. Installing new wallpaper
Clear the room off all the furniture possible, remove pictures and wall hangings and have the wallpaper ready to be installed. Switch off all the power plugs in the room and begin by measuring the area and cutting paper to the size required.
Wallpaper tends to tear or stick unevenly if there are any craters or blemishes on the wall. Fill in all the tiny holes and smoothen the surface with sandpaper before installing the paper.
Fill the wallpaper tray with lukewarm water and dip paper in it with paste-side up. Slowly remove the paper after about 15 seconds, wait until completely dry.
Apply adhesive to the wallpaper and mark the wall. Now begin by installing the first piece of wallpaper. Make sure you stick it from edge to edge, leaving no space for air to pass through the paper and the wall. Use a board knife to smooth out the – make sure you work by pressing from the inside out to the edges to remove wrinkles and bubbles.
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